In a recent social media post, filmmaker and choreographer Farah Khan discussed her life while criticising those who ‘wanted to pull her down’
In a recent social media post, filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan discussed her life while criticising others who “tried to bring her down” as a woman in addition to a choreographer and director.
Farah posted an advertisement with actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu on Instagram, in which the South Korean phenomenon discussed the difficulties that women face in society.
Farah Khan said, “As I am watching this film, I can’t help but remember how many times I have been subjected to commentary that tried to bring me down in my journey as not only a successful choreographer and director but also as a woman..”
“‘You don’t dress like a Choreographer. You’re too young to be in this field. Women can’t make action films. You’re too old to get married. Too old to have kids…. Guess what? Here I am and I DID IT. I chose not to give into what society had to say about me but put in the hard work to #RiseUpBaby! Love this narrative by @pepsiindia and @samantharuthprabhuoffl #Collaboration,” added Farah Khan, who is married to filmmaker Shirish Kunder.
Farah Khan wed Shirish in 2004, a man who is eight years her junior. The pair has triplets, Diva, Anya, and Czar, a son and two daughters.